Visit The Danish Architecture Centre
The Danish Arcitecture Centre is a gathering point for all those interested in new architecture, urban development and innovation in the built environment. Here you can explore exhibitions, events, new books about architecture aand urban development - or enjoy a cup of coffee overlooking the Copenhagen Harbour front.
Visit The Danish Architecture Centre on a 360-degree virtual tour.
The Good Cause - Architecture for Peace >
What role can architecture and city planning play in conflict areas? The exhibition ‘The Good Cause -Architecture for Peace’ focuses on a special kind of architecture and city planning that is far from star architects and opera houses but deeply involved in creating trust, ownership and security in areas hit by war, conflicts or other violent events.
Co-Create Your City >
- An exhibition about the people, the initiative, and the commitment that change the city. Architects and city planners don’t create our cities. Neither do politicians or big companies. Actually, we as citizenz have big influence on how we use and live in the cities.
Opening hours & Admission >
Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM. Wedensday long hours open until 9 PM and free entrence between 5 PM - 9 PM. Saturday-Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM.
Parking tickets >
There is ample parking at the Danish Architecture Centre. We have 30 parking places available adjacent to the building. Remember to purchase a parking ticket at the bookshop.
7 May 2015
Behind the Scenes: Arup >
The Danish Architecture Centre and a number of innovative companies invite you to a number of after work events that’ll give you an insight into the company, its projects and people. Join us for a look behind the scenes, meet the building industry across different disciplines and get new knowledge about recent tendencies while strengthening your professional network.
28 May 2015
CTBUH Scandinavia Symposium & Inauguration >
How should we approach tall buildings in Denmark and in Scandinavia? What are the challenges?
See some of the most sold books and items in DAC& BOOKS/SHOP:
YES IS MORE - An Archicomic on Architectural Evolution - B.I.G. (UK edition)Bjarke Ingels Group
Last updated Tuesday, October 21, 2014